Emotions are running high in California, where same-sex marriage advocates recently took their frustration out on homes of people who support Proposition 8, which would overturn gay marriage in the state:
For the second time in a week, homeowners in South San Jose have been targeted for their support of a proposition that would change the California constitution to define marriage as a union between a man and a woman.
Unlike the previous incident where no law was broken, the culprits who spray-painted large “No on 8” messages Sunday night on the garage doors of two homes on a cul-de-sac near Monterey and Bernal roads could face jail time and a fine if arrested and convicted. San Jose police were called to the scene and filed a report, according to the homeowners.
C’mon, people. We know it’s important to defeat Proposition 8, but you don’t need to be besmirching people’s homes. That’s something we’d expect from the haters, not the lavender lovers.